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there is more stuff. >> please call the next item line item 2b. >> 2b occ's director report, review of recent activities. >> thank you. good evening president mazzucco, commissioners. chief suhr, captain ferrigno, and members of richmond district community. i am joyce hicks, the director of the san francisco office of civil complaints. also here this evening is senior investigator eric balatzarmeted the office of civil complaints is the third largest oversight agency and only surpasses size by new york and chicago civilian oversight agencies. the office of civil complaints was created by a board of supervisors-sponsored chapter amendment in the 1982 and the office became operational in 1983. we are 30 years old. the occ was originally an office in the san francisco police department. but it was later placed under the jurisdiction of the police commission. the police commission is also a civilian body. the occ's function is to assist the police department in building trust with the community by being a bridge between the public and police in matters of misconduct and police policies. to that
, or department or occ personnel. neither police or occ personnel or commissioners are required to respond to questions, but may provide a brief response. occ personnel and police shall refrain from entering into a debate with speakers. limit your comments to two minutes. >> as any public comment regarding tonight presentations? there is no comment. before we move to the last item, we will like to adjourn in memory of some folks. i want to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart for tonight's presentation. a lot of work went into this from the commission staff, members of the commission and this was very important in light of recent events. our goal tonight was to let the public know that the san francisco police department, attorney's office, occ, the commission, we want to assure women and men dickens of domestic violence that we are here to help you. this is the community matter. we want to help break the cycle of violence. the presentations tonight were excellent. the message is very clear. the city and discounting takes domestic violence extreme we seriously. we have
occ to make a complaint. i think anything that relies purely on occ complaints or some other kind of data will be misleading. we are grateful to have this partnership. it is not often that legal services organizations get to regularly meet with law enforcement and learn about their experience. i really appreciate officer hall who is also in eric chang's position; our organization has been involved with this commission for six years. while we have made lots of progress distilled is appointed that on a regular basis, almost every day, i will talk to someone who said that they did not know that they could have an interpreter. they were not offered an interpreter. they did not even get to speak to the police officer on the scene because there was no interpreter or they have to wait an hour or something along those lines and when you think about for survivor, even if they know they will get to have an interpreter, if they have to wait whether an hour or 45 minutes and during that time the officer is talking probably to the abusive partner, it changes the dynamic. t
as a whole and not to individual commissioners or departments or occ personnel. under police commission rules of order during public comment neither police or occ personnel, nor commissioners are required to respond to questions present by the public but may provide a brief response. individual commissioners and police and occ personnel should refrain however from entering into any debate or discussion with speakers during public comment. please limit your comments to three minutes. we do have a timer here and when you hear the timer go off, that is an indication that the three minutes has ended. >> thank you very much, first speaker. >> good evening everybody. i am sorry for my accent. >> don't worry. >> my name is -- i'm a jew from russia who left russia 40 years ago and living in san francisco for 40 years. it's half of my life. i am more than 80 years old. this is one proclamation from mayor newsom when he was mayor. this is certificate of honor from mayor lee this year. this certificate of honor from board of supervisors this year. i carried four olympic torches four. i think i am
to the commission as a whole and not to individual commissioners, department or occ personnel. under police commission rules of order during public comment neither police or occ personnel nor commissioners are required to respond to questions presented by the public but may provide a brief response. individual commissioners and police and occ personnel should refrain, however, from entering into any debates or discussion with speakers during public comment. please limit your comments to 3 minutes. >> good evening, welcome back. >> hi, jackie brison here and i'm happy to be here. i did my nomo rain dance, i'm part xhapb khee and i had to do my rain dance in order to get nomo rain but it only holds until friday. >> i am here once again to bear glad tidings apparently you really miss me and needed some good tidings, so here i am. first thing i wanted to let you know is that i did battle with pg&e over a missing, as in the light wasn't on, it was out, and i did battle with pg&e and i won. so the offensive light shall be replaced tomorrow, that's in front of 54 dore street and it was a battle
and announcements. chief's, discussion, review of recent activities. >> commissioners, occ, public, as far as crime statistics go, total violent crime in the city remains relatively flat. our property crime is up about 9 percent, arrests are up, which is understandable, about 9 percent in addressing that. with regard to statistics, though, we did uncover yet another gap as we get better technologically, captain flaherty in preparation for our last meeting with the commission on status of women saw that the stats for db numbers, she felt they were a bit low. she discovered the reporting was for the fiscal year, she got with director giffin and looked at them for the calendar year and indeed they were low. i ordered an immediate audit for all of our numbers and we discovered when we changed over approximately 8,000 police reports hadn't been scanned in for purposes of comstat. that obviously is going to click up our year to date statistics but at least they will be accurate. a lot of these reports were closed cases, warrants, things like that, not necessary of any follow-up but not wanting to ri
interpretation. we have ms. sandra marion, from occ, to talk about language access. ms. marion? >> good evening. commissioners, director - members of the public and command staff and police officers. i'm excited to be here and have the opportunity to talk about the work that many organizations, departments and commissions in collaboration with the police department on language access. i work for the office of citizen complaints, in agency that provides civilian oversight of the police department. i will start our presentation giving a little history and identify some of the projects working on. there are other members of the group here, cheaf beal, officer chang, language liaison, -- a member of the working group. he will talk some of the challenges that lap, domestic violence victims face and lastly beverly -- will make concluding remarks. she is also another vital member of our organization or our working group. a little bit of the history. six years ago a number of representatives from 22 organizations can together to work with the police department to write language access policy
. >> thank you, chief. please call the next line item. >> line item 3a -- 3b, occ director's report. >> good evening. >> good evening. we're not going to give a report tonight. as you mentioned, commissioner, director hicks will be back and we'll do it in january. >> thank you very much. please call 3c >> commission reports, commission president's report, discussion ?oo ?a i've already given my report, commissioners, anything you'd like to add? commissioner kingsley. >> i want to let my fellow commissioners know on the commissions we have for the november and december months i have reviewed the dgo810 report and signed off on that and for anybody that is not aware of what the dgo810 is about, essentially the police commission has the responsibility to review the report that's prepared by the department in connection with law enforcement on criminal matters in relationship to second amendment activities. and the commission is responsible for looking at that report and reviewing it for compliance and signing off on it. so let you know that happened. >> thank you very much, commissioner kings
. >> here. >> we're have a quorum and also with us is the director much occ joyce hicks and i believe the chief of police is in route. we have a quorum. >> thank you. i am julie and the commission of status of woman. i would like to introduce andrea and we r we expect rebecca soon and next to that is alisa and kay. we have a quorum. >> well thank you very much commissioner and thank you very much inspector monroe. ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the wednesday december 5, 2012 meeting and it's a joint meeting with the status of women. this is a mo mentus meeting and this is the third time we did a joint meeting and this one is a very important meeting tonight and a lot of work has gone into it and i would like to thank the commissioner on the status of women and thank commissioner loftus. she has been proactive. we had several meetings. before we go on we have different types of meetings in the community we introduce the commissioners and who they are during the day jobs and if that is possible i would like to start with dr. marshall. >> dr. joe marshall. i have been on the pol
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